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CHEEKY BURGER - Hilarious holiday video shows schoolboy being mugged of his burger - by a hungry iguana
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2018-04-24    0 views
This is the hilarious moment a British schoolboy was mugged of his lunch on holiday – when a hungry IGUANA snatched his burger.

Nine-year-old Max Mannion was relaxing with his family on a Mexican beach when the 2ft-long critter leapt onto his sunbed and grabbed the snack.

The brazen lizard then sprinted away across the sand with the burger bun in its jaws.

In the video, Max’s is heard yelling: “Get off me burger!” before the cheeky reptile dashes off to enjoy its free lunch.

Max’s mum Lindsey, 43, filmed the bizarre incident while the family were on holiday in the Riviera Maya resort during the Easter holidays.

The accounts manager, from Derby, said: "There was eight of us in total, four kids and four adults.

"We were all screaming on the sunbeds.

"The hotel is set in the rainforest in the middle of nowhere.

"There was signs everywhere saying ‘do not feed the animals’ because it destroys the ecosystem, but they just nick the food.

"There were loads of iguanas roaming the beach.

"Their bins all have the lids on and they came out from nowhere, knocked the top of the bin off and they were in the bin nicking hot dogs and stuff.

"It was the funniest thing.

"They are obviously wise to it, I don’t know how you stop them from eating it.

"My little girl Nancy was screaming, ‘mummy!’

"We were oblivious until he jumped under the umbrella ready to pounce.

"I just moved my foot.

"He looked at Nancy - that’s why she was screaming - but she didn’t have any food.

"Max was trying to guard his burger and it jumped up and ran off with it.

"Max loves his food and he won’t let anyone near his food but an iguana cleared off with his burger.

"All the kids thought it was hilarious."

The footage was captured while the family enjoyed a two-week holiday at the Grand Sirenis hotel on March 28.
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The most amazing underwater pictures in the world have been revealed


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Published at: 2018-04-02

The most amazing underwater pictures in the world have been revealed---including a remarkable close-up snap of a crocodile.

More than 6,000 pictures were entered for the underwaterphotography.com contest across 17 categories---from macro close-ups to wide angle shots.

Watch the video above to see the winning shots.

The UK’s Tom St. George scooped a gold in the Wide Angle/Marine Life category with his shot of a American Crocodile in Banco Chinchorro, Mexico, so close you can count the teeth.

St. George said, "These are one of the larger species of crocodile, although they are not particularly aggressive."

Fellow Brit Christopher Llewellyn also got gold in the Wide Angle/Wrecks section for the spooky staircase on the MV Karwela ferry wreck in Gozo, Malta.

A huge school of big eye jacks in Mexico swirling around a diver won Jason Sintek from Turks and Caicos islands Wide Angle/Divers gold.

Website owner Tal Mor, who runs the competition, said, "Winning here, or even just being placed, is Underwater Photography's most coveted accolade because it says you succeeded in the most competitive environment there is, against the top talent of the moment.”

Credit:SWNS

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